Discussion in 'Beginners Corner' started by JowGaWolf, May 23, 2017.
yes but particularly effective against bjj
You completely missed the point. Again.
Of course russia does things like multiple fighters obstical courses and all sorts of crazy stuff.
Mabye the reality guys who specialize in that can have a crack. See how they fare in a real situation.
It's at this point where I wish I knew how the different armed forces around the world trained. I know for example that some train in Krav Maga but I'm guessing there is a big difference between the Krav Maga that is taught to civilians and that which is taught to the armed forces.
yes, and your insistance that arts / schools that don't do live fighting are no good for self defence. When that is totally dependent on who is attacking you and what with
No. Pretty sure spine laceration is particularly effective against any style.
why would it be different, besides from the fact that you probably won't be trying to take an ak 47 off them, unless its LA obviously
very difficult to do unless they turn their back on you
Yeah kicks like that are no good. If the kick has no effect on the opponents efforts then it's worthless. I should never feel as if I can just walk through attacks and have little care if it hits me or not. Strikes have enough force where I really can't afford them to land unchallenged
your arguments don't make any,sense outside your own head.
My instructor trains with paul cale who sets up the Australian defence forces training.
There are differences in where you are going. So if you have a gun. You only have to get to that. Rather than say a submission. That sort of thing. You might sling a head butt or something.
The techniques are kind of fluid. MMA works fine as a vehicle for military training. Meaning you dont have to scrap MMA you ajust it. And the better you are at MMA the better able you will be to apply reality systems.
So back to that gun. If you cant wrestle and I can. Chances are I will be able to shoot you first because I have a better vehicle to access the weapon.
No no, the inexperienced person/person with no applicable training is somehow more likely to have and know how to use a weapon than someone that does have training(don't ask why! Just because!) therefore doing katas and chi sau is twice as effective as doing anything that resembles combat training if you want to beat up 5 armed attackers at once. Duh, don't you know anything? Logic man! I know it's true because I beat up a kid once when I was 10!
No i can just reach over their shoulder. Basically any clinch.
that realy wasn't my point, but seems as you raise it, doing drills that involve your opponent have a weapon, gives you a better skill set, than doing mma with no weapons drill
The white guy has set himself up for a hip throw. Lucky it's boxing
that why you fight a distance if they are swinging a broken bottle about, but you cant do bbj at distance can you. That's a beeek problem
I forgot that everything is in the kata.
At some point fighting will be inside his stabbing range. Or it is called running away.
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